This branch in Farringdon serves up a selection of Benito’s Hat’s signature freshly made burritos, tacos, salads and soups with a range of cocktails, beer and wine.
It also features the new and exclusive Felipe’s ‘Salsa Bar’ with a whopping 10 unique and daring homemade flavours!
Pueblan-born Executive Head Chef, Felipe Fuentes Cruz has designed a range of exciting and original salsas including: tropical pineapple and habanero; fresh salsa fresca; and love-it-or-hate-it dried prawns and chipotle.
This latest burrito bar has gone all high-tech with new in-store screens so fans with no time to lose can beat the queues! For the ultimate in speedy service simply order via the interactive electronic system and collect once ready. You can even get your Mexican feast delivered to your door or desk if you’re within a mile - so there’s no need to move a muscle.
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Venue Details & Map
12-14 St. John StreetLondonEC1M 4AY
- +44 20 7490 4727
I just got back from California and I had a grilled pork burrito with black beans. Well the meat was ok but the rest of the burrito was tasteless. I'm sorry maybe it's the best burrito of London but on my personal scale, it's not a good experience. There is also weird taste (maybe parsley?) compared to what Im used to. The guac was not very good as well. I do better at home.more
For a quick burrito after some drinks at the pub Benito's Hat is fine, but I don't think it's one of the better Mexican chains in London.
The interior is fun and they have a good selection of food. The amount of meat and guac they put inside is smaller than at places like Chipotle and Tortilla, but the prices around the same.
The first time I came was with a big group and we got the...more
Great tasting burritos and even better they have happy hour margaritas every night between 5 and 7.
There are a few tables inside and most of the space is taken by counters. But the atmosphere is enjoyable with low level lighting and the decor. The staff are friendly and helpful too.more
Cheerful title and a good back story always win me over. I tip my hat to you.
The cafe literature describes Benito's Hat as a family built and run cantina serving up fresh, homestyle Mexican food. It's named after one of the Mexican presidents who had a notable affinity for decorative hats. Makes sense.
I cannot yet comment on the food, though I am sure I will be back to try their tempting...more
solid solid burrito, tasty, fresh ingredients. service situation was confusing but pleasant none the less.
fairly standard 'Mexican' decor but it had a nice vibe.
pacificos at £3.75 is good for centrales.
would come back.more